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UNESCO town in Vietnam under water

Wednesday, November 08, 2017, 10:47 GMT+7
A woman wades through a submerged street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A woman wades through a submerged street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People stand on the roof of their house along submerged street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People stand on the roof of their house along submerged street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People ride boats past houses submerged by Typhoon Damrey in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People ride boats past houses submerged by Typhoon Damrey in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People ride a boat along submerged houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People ride a boat along submerged houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A bridge is seen on the overflowing Thu Bon river in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A bridge is seen on the overflowing Thu Bon river in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People travel on a boat along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People travel on a boat along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Women wade along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Women wade along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People sit on a boat at a flooded by Typhoon Damrey street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People sit on a boat at a flooded by Typhoon Damrey street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Japanese Bridge is seen along a flooded street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Japanese Bridge is seen along a flooded street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A man wades along a flooded by Typhoon Damrey street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A man wades along a flooded by Typhoon Damrey street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People ride a boat along a flooded by Typhoon Damrey street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
People ride a boat along a flooded by Typhoon Damrey street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A man wades with a gas tank along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A man wades with a gas tank along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Motorbikes are seen along a flooded street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Motorbikes are seen along a flooded street in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A man rides a boat along the overflowing Thu Bon river in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A man rides a boat along the overflowing Thu Bon river in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An after Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A woman wades along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
A woman wades along submerged by Typhoon Damrey houses in the UNESCO heritage ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters

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